Lombardi: Seller beware
"I think I was able to go out there and affirm to the scouts how athletic I am, or impress them even more," Griffin said Monday. "I was able to show people that I am as advertised. I'm a good guy, I like to make people laugh. I can't remember a meeting I didn't go in and we weren't laughing.
"You go there and do what you're supposed to do, create a buzz for yourself," he said.
If nothing else, RGIII likely created even more of a premium for the No. 2 pick held by St. Louis. The Rams already have a young quarterback in Sam Bradford and could be willing to deal the pick.
Neither Griffin nor Luck threw over the weekend. They will wait until their pro days later this month. Griffin's pro day will be on the Baylor campus March 21, the day before Luck has his.
"This is easy now. ... The stress is over," Griffin said. "If you're out there stressing on your pro day, then you're not going to perform well, so I plan on having a little fun. Play a little music while we're out there throwing the football, have everybody tapping their toes and bobbing their head and just go out there and make the most of the experience."
Meanwhile, EA Sports is making the most of Griffin, featuring him on the cover of NCAA Football 13 this summer.
The Associated Press contributed to this report